The bipartisan push to remove capital punishment from state law is moving forward.
The city defines nudity as showing nipple, but only if you're a woman.
Members are moving to New Hampshire and running for office in record numbers. Will they bring "liberty in our lifetime"?
It's not a crime to travel with lots of cash. But you still might be treated like a criminal.
Candidate Kicked Out of New Hampshire Libertarian Party Nonetheless on House Primary Ballot as a Libertarian
The controversy highlights how the party can benefit from its statement of principles, which were protected at its recent national convention.
We asked the attendees at PorcFest 2018.
The Department of Justice's loophole lets officials seize property without having to get a conviction.
Did a small number of complaints get used to punish bureaucracy-rejecting physician?
Border Patrol Sets Up Immigration Checkpoint in New Hampshire; Nearly Twice as Many Drug Arrests Result
The Fourth Amendment-destroying powers of the Border Patrol continue to harass Americans.
Despite an agenda mostly aimed at less government spending and interference in people's lives, creeping libertarianism frightens some New Hampshire progressives.
First-termers Caleb Dyer (former Republican) and Joseph Stallcop (former Democrat) both switched their Party allegiance to Libertarian.
Q&A with Free State Project President Matt Philips.
Tightening the rules would be great-if the police couldn't bypass them entirely.
Former Free State Project head named president of even-more-out-there group!
The national security whistleblower talks to the Free State Project from an undisclosed location in Russia.
Borscht Belt puppet hilariously microaggresses New Hampshire college students.
These pioneering libertarians, soon to be 20,000 strong, have already changed Granite State laws.
A woman used the word to describe Ted Cruz at a rally, The Donald repeated it, and everyone's losing their minds.
A shift from Iowa to New Hampshire includes shift in rhetoric.
We visited the demonstrators confined to the "Free Speech Zone" a mile away
Most shared their preferred candidate's temperament.
Bonus: Ben and Jerry's co-founder is happy to have allies at the Cato Institute.
A ghost of primaries past
Reason's musical review of We Shall Overcome is the subject of today's conversation.
The plan to relocate 20,000 libertarians to New Hampshire "triggers" its commitment, as 20,000 people have now pledged.
Three female lawmakers want to decriminalize prostitution in New Hampshire. But Rep. Dick Marston has "a problem with this bill from a woman's point of view."
A young female lawmaker speaks out against making toplessness a crime and gets harassed by male colleagues on Facebook.
Portsmouth, NH, not amused by Free State Project participant's plan to get around their anti-Uber regulations.
"Church of the Sword," run by associates of the Free State Project, sues over the state's right to define religion.